Lompoc Leader endorses Cunningham for Assembly

Templeton, CA— Former Deputy District Attorney and candidate for Assembly, Jordan Cunningham has earned the endorsement of longtime community leader and former Lompoc official, Ann Ruhge.

Ruhge, a Lompoc resident for over two decades and former Councilmember is well known for her commitment to advancing her community. A retired teacher, former planning commissioner, Past President of the Chamber of Commerce, and Board Member for the Good Samaritan Services; her leadership has greatly benefitted the region.

When asked about Cunningham, Ruhge stated, “There is no doubt that Jordan has the necessary experience to provide a voice for our communities. But it’s his passion for the region that will permit him to excel as a leader for a district that includes two counties and a number of distinct communities.”

Cunningham currently serves as the President of the Central Coast Taxpayers Association, a nonprofit organization dedicated to taxpayer education and advocacy for fiscal responsibility. In addition to his work protecting taxpayers, Cunningham is an elected member of the Templeton Unified School District and a dedicated volunteer for numerous youth organizations.

Before Cunningham started his work with Adamski, Moroski, Madden, Cumberland & Green, he spent a number of years as a Deputy District Attorney for the San Luis Obispo County DA’s office. During this time, he prosecuted those accused of fraud, domestic violence, assault, and environmental crimes.

Jordan Cunningham lives in Templeton with his wife, Shauna, and their four children.

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